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Inboxing the Executives

October 29
05:41 2011
The Huffington Post reports:

As protesters continue to camp out in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park and other locations around the world, some activists have found a new venue to occupy: inboxes.
Protesters affiliated with Occupy Wall Streetlaunched a website called Occupy the Boardroom, which allows disgruntled consumers to directly message big bank executives, the Guardian reports. Demonstrators plan to print off nearly 7,000 executive emails — which include foreclosure victims, students trying to pay off loan debts, and others — and deliver them to the bank heads in a march on Friday.
When visitors come to the site, they can click on executives and board members from a myriad of different banks and an e-mail form pops up with instructions including: “Give your message a relevant, passionate title” and “Remember, be polite!” In a note at the bottom of the site, the activists behind the site write that they have the contact information for the bank execs, but that they can’t share it due to legal constraints.

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